Splitting firewood, clearing fallen trees, completing service projects — Scouts use axes in a variety of ways. But are there restrictions on ax size?
At Certified Angling Instructor Training, attendees learn to run fishing programs at summer camp and instruct the Fishing and Fly-Fishing merit badges.
Esquire magazine profiles the Boy Scouts of America's National President, Robert M. Gates, in its October 2014 issue, on newsstands now.
Show the NFL why your child is the next NFL Play 60 Super Kid, and your family could win a trip to Super Bowl XLIX.
The author tells a story about her perilous quest to find love in her late 50s. Then she meets the perfect guy, and, yep, he's an Eagle Scout.
It's time to update the Venturing uniform, and the BSA's older-youth program wants your help. Answer these six questions to get started.
We get most of the story ideas for the Scout outings featured in Boys' Life and Scouting from Scouts and Scouters like you.
The 57th Jamboree-on-the-Air and the 18th Jamboree-on-the-Internet will be held on Oct. 18 and 19, 2014.
Burn them, recycle them, donate them — Scouts and Scouters have a number of options for retiring worn-out American flags.
The patrol method isn't one way to run a troop. It's the only way. But how does it work? Find out in the September 2014 ScoutCast.
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